President William Ruto was on Friday, forced to intervene and have his security release a man they had apprehended trying to disrupt his speech in Mombasa count
Speaking on Friday during the launch of Taifa Gas at Dongo Kundu in Mombasa County, Ruto was forced to calm down his security apparatus after a man who was carrying a child on his back tried forcing his way to the dais to seek an audience with Ruto, who was giving his speech.
Ruto said the man was carrying a child on his back, a clear indication that he had some problems which he wanted to share with him. He asked his security to allow the man seat down as he finished his speech before engaging him.
"We acha Huyo jamaa aketi chini, amebeba mtoto kwa mgongo aketi chini hapo, utaniona baadae wewe...Ukiona mwanaume amemebeshwa mtoto mgongoni ako na shida kweli, matatizo yake si madogo aketi nitamwona" stated Ruto
The head of state said he will work with all elected leaders irrespective of their political affiliations.
"Nitaungana na viongozi wote waliochaguliwa ili tuweze kutimiza malengo ya taifa letu ya kukuza uchumi, kupambana na umaskini, kuhakikisha kwamba kuna chakula na kuhakikisha vijana wamepata ajira" he added in Swahili
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